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[audio]Promethean Hubris and the Ruining of Rongelap - Integral Reflections
The first thermonuclear explosion ever to occur on the earth, Ivy Mike,was detonated by the US Military on Eniwetok atoll in the Marshall Islands on 1st November 1952. The device itself weighed 60 tons and was housed in a six-storey structure containing the massive cooling apparatus needed to produce a temperature of minus 250 degrees Centigrade whereby the deuterium used to fuel the bomb could be liquified...
Keywords: operation castle, castle bravo, marshall islands, pacific testing grounds, rongelap, j. robert oppenheimer, holly barker, tony de brum, stephen osborn, martini gotje; castle bravo; thermonuclear tests; j. robert oppenheimer; marshall islands; rongelap
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[movies]Military Effects Studies on Operation CASTLE - AFSWP
Operation CASTLE was a six-detonation test series held at the Atomic Energy Commission's (AEC) Pacific Proving Ground in the Spring of 1954. This test series, principally conducted at the Enewetak and Bikini Atolls in the northwestern Marshall Islands, provided proof tests of large-yield thermonuclear, or hydrogen, devices. CASTLE represented the end of a drive for a workable thermonuclear weapon and the beginning of the refinement of large-H-bombs into smaller and more efficient weapons...
Keywords: Operation Castle; Castle; atomic; nuclear; Cold War; atomic testing; nuclear testing; 1951; military; Eniwetok; Enewetak; Eniwetak; Bikini; Bikini Atoll; Pacific Proving Ground; national defense; Department of Defense; Department of Energy; radiation; radioactivity; fallout; radioactive; thermonuclear test; thermonuclear
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[movies]Operation CASTLE Commander's Report - Joint Task Force 7
Operation CASTLE was a six-detonation test series held at the Atomic Energy Commission's (AEC) Pacific Proving Ground in the Spring of 1954. This test series, principally conducted at the Enewetak and Bikini Atolls in the northwestern Marshall Islands, provided proof tests of large-yield thermonuclear, or hydrogen, devices. CASTLE represented the end of a drive for a workable thermonuclear weapon and the beginning of the refinement of large-H-bombs into smaller and more efficient weapons...
Keywords: Operation Castle; Castle; atomic; nuclear; Cold War; atomic testing; nuclear testing; 1951; military; Eniwetok; Enewetak; Eniwetak; Bikini; Bikini Atoll; Pacific Proving Ground; national defense; Department of Defense; Department of Energy; radiation; radioactivity; fallout; radioactive; thermonuclear test; thermonuclear
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[texts]Beta Burns - Nigel. B. Cook
Beta burns from fallout at the 1 March 1954 Castle-Bravo 15 megatons nuclear weapon test on Bikini Atoll, with civil defense implications and related information. See also: The effects of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan (the secret U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey report 92, Pacific Theatre) located at: http://archive.org/details/TheEffectsOfTheAtomicBombOnHiroshima
Keywords: Beta burns; fallout; Bravo; Castle-Bravo; Operation Castle; nuclear weapons; nuclear war; nuclear testing; Rongelap; Rongerik; Ailinginae; Utirik; Bikini Atoll; civil defense; civil defence; Operation Hurricane; Anderson shelter; Morrison shelter; Blitz; Protect and Survive; chemical warfare; biological warfare; incendiary bomb; Hamburg; fire storm; Hiroshima; Nagasaki; Texas City Disaster; Glasstone and Dolan; Effects of nuclear weapons; Effects of nuclear war; thermal radiation; blast wave; initial nuclear radiation
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[texts]Air raids: what you must know - what you must do - Nigel B. Cook
Air raids: what you must know, what you must do. (UK Ministry of Home Security, June 1940, 64 pages.) Official U.K. Government civil defence handbook based on actual evidence for countermeasure effectiveness, with declassified research report updates on civil defence proof-tested countermeasures from chemical and nuclear weapons tests. "Air Raids - What You Must Know, What You Must Do" contains a Foreword by Sir John Anderson, Minister of Home Security: "This book is written to help you and your...
Keywords: Air raids what you must know what you must do; Air raids; civil defense; civil defence; nuclear weapons; nuclear war; chemical weapons; chemical war; biological weapons; biological warfare; chemical warfare; ARP; Morrison shelter; Anderson shelter; Domestic nuclear shelters; Home Office Scientific Advisory Branch; George R. Stanbury; National Archives; Frank H. Pavry; The effects of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima; the effects of the atomic bomb on nagasaki; fallout; H-bomb; nuclear radiation; gas mask; structural defence; Christopherson; Ministry of Home Security; Shelter at Home; Protect and Survive; Atomic Warfare; The effects of atomic weapons; the effects of nuclear weapons; the capabilities of atomic weapons; the capabilities of nuclear weapons; tm 23-200; dna-em-1; em-1; john a. northrop; handbook on nuclear weapon effects; operation castle; operation redwing; lucky dragon 5; operation plumbbob; operation jangle; operation crossroads; operation hurricane; operation buffalo; clayton s. white; Hiroshima; Nagasaki; Operation Hurricane
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